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    NAME THE ROASTER !
    Its been suggested already via "spacebook" so what do you reckon team?

    Second hand 5kg Has Garanti with learner driver   :-/

    Thanks and have fun at my expense by all means  

    Prize: Well how about 1kg of unroasted "Yemen Bani Ismail" shipped to Aussie for you?


  • #2
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    Yeni Zelanda is New Zealand in Turkish

    i.  kivi, kivi ku[ch351]u [zool.] is Kiwi in Turkish

    Kahve k[ch305]zart[ch305]c[ch305]s[ch305]. is Coffee Roaster in Turkish

    So a play on words

    Kivi,Kahve  = Kiwi Coffee

    Ohh and a famous fire breathing dragon name
    Illuyankas from Turkish mythology

    KK  

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    • #3
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      Fire Breathing Dragon........... 8-)

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      • #4
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        Betty

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        • #5
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          Brass tacks

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          • #6
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            Originally posted by 3E2928362322297D7E7D4C0 link=1264310116/2#2 date=1264312679
            Fire Breathing Dragon........... 8-)
            Abraxas, or Anbraxas, a famous dragon from Persian mythology
            (Also an album by Carlos Santana)

            KK

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            • #7
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              Puff the magic dragon

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              • #8
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                Dr. Robert

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                • #9
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                  Roastretto
                  : :

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                  • #10
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                    "Zelda" dont know why, just sounds cool

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                    • #11
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                      "Hillary", after Sir Edmund.

                      Goes where others feared to tread; explored new heights; conquered what seemed to be insurmountable odds; helped improve the living conditions and economy of Himalayans.



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                      • #12
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                        Hose Roastero?

                        Dont ask....first thing that came to mind

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                        • #13
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                          How about Herbie......as in the Love Bug....a beautiful piece of machinery with a mind of its own? :P

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                          • #14
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                            I like the idea of giving it a Turkish name - but thats also because Im living in the Turkish part of Southern Bulgaria at the moment and have been learning the (stunningly beautiful) language for the last 4-5 months!

                            Dennis already took Osman.

                            I like KKs reference to fire - but you need something simple(ish) otherwise it wont stick... How about:

                            Ate[ch351] (pronounced atesh; which simply means fire), or
                            Ate[ch351]i (pr. ateshi; which can mean of fire, or even fever!)

                            Cheers
                            Stuart.

                            ps. KK - Türkçe biliyor m[ch305]s[ch305]n?

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                            • #15
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                              Originally posted by 2621203427213227343B21550 link=1264310116/13#13 date=1264330636
                              Dennis already took Osman. Wink
                              There were several Osmans. The first was Osman I and there was also Osman II and III. You could call it Mahmud after the first leader of modern Turkey or Osmanoglu after the family name of the Ottoman sultans.
                              I think KKs fire-breathing dragon sounds ...err.. cool

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